Review: The OnePlus 5 is the most exceptional phone you’ll find under $500 (and perhaps more)


With the OnePlus 3 and 3T, OnePlus really hit its stride. The company that first marketed its budget-friendly phones as so remarkable to be better than everyone else’s flagships – a year in advance – had toned back some of the hyperbolic language and let its devices speak for themselves. That was the right approach. OnePlus buyers tend to be a bit more tech-saavy than the average Android user, as you can’t just buy the device from a local carrier. The company’s allure lied in its bang-for-your-buck value and clean Android experience, even if it didn’t offer much in the…

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